Keokuk County has announced they will be closing their offices to the public, but will continue to serve its communities. The closure is in place until further notice in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the county asks citizens to call ahead if they have business to conduct. County services will continue to operate under different circumstances. Instructions on how to contact each county service is listed with this story.


Count Assessor: 641-622-2760/

County Attorney: 641-622-3500/ 

County Auditor: 641-622-2320/ 

County Supervisors: 641-622-2920/,,

Clerk of Court: 641-622-2210/

Community Services: 641-622-2383 or 641-790-0048/ 

Conservation Department: 641-622-3757 or 641-660-8621/ 

Emergency Management: 641-622-2528 or 641-790-1045/

Public Health’s Office: 641-622-3575/

County Recorder: 641-622-2540/

Sheriff’s Office: 641-622-2727

Treasurer’s Office: 641-622-2421/

Veteran’s Affairs: 641-622-2761/